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Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar goes on family holiday
June 26, 2014 , 1 : 59 pm GST
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Post the success of his last outing 'Holiday: A Soldier Is Never Off Duty', actor Akshay Kumar is off to vacation in New York with wife Twinkle Khanna and his two children Aarav and Nitara.
The 46-year-old action star said similar to his films, he would make all the efforts to make his family happy.
"Well my real 'Holiday' has now truly begun, I'm walking the streets of NYC with my wife and kids in absolute bliss but I'll never be off duty as it's all about my family's happiness now," Akshay posted on Twitter.
The actor would be seen next in 'It's Entertainment', a film which revolves around a dog. The movie is expected to hit theatres in August 8.
"So enough of my solo selfies, for the next month it's all about a 'Man's Best Friend' #ItsEntertainment all the way.
Hope you enjoy my puppy pics, can't tell you how much I miss this Dog!," Akshay tweeted along with a picture of the dog.
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